Phase 1: Mandurah Response Plan

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In these unprecedented circumstances, there has never been a more important time for our community to stick together. We all have a role to play in helping each other right now.

Visit mandurah.wa.gov.au or facebook.com/cityofmandurah for updated information.

Businesses can visit the COVID-19 Business Support page to find the latest information on financial assistance, eligibility and timing for new State and Federal Government support.

The City is working with all sectors in the community to shape and implement the Mandurah Community COVID-19 Response Plan.

The Plan has three core components:

1. Check-in with each other

What the City is doing:
How you can help:
You may receive a phone call from a City of Mandurah staff member or community volunteer just to check in with you.
Check in on your neighbours in a safe way, share phone numbers and help each other out where you can.


2. Support Network Co-ordination

What the City is doing:
How you can help:
Work with agencies, community organisations and groups to coordinate support activity across our community.
If you’re part of a group that can help or have an idea, let us know about it below!


3. Talk to each other

What the City is doing:
How you can help:
Make sure our community is connected, coordinated and keeping up to date with the best information to keep people safe.
Share your positive stories of community support below, so we can help get the message out.



In these unprecedented circumstances, there has never been a more important time for our community to stick together. We all have a role to play in helping each other right now.

Visit mandurah.wa.gov.au or facebook.com/cityofmandurah for updated information.

Businesses can visit the COVID-19 Business Support page to find the latest information on financial assistance, eligibility and timing for new State and Federal Government support.

The City is working with all sectors in the community to shape and implement the Mandurah Community COVID-19 Response Plan.

The Plan has three core components:

1. Check-in with each other

What the City is doing:
How you can help:
You may receive a phone call from a City of Mandurah staff member or community volunteer just to check in with you.
Check in on your neighbours in a safe way, share phone numbers and help each other out where you can.


2. Support Network Co-ordination

What the City is doing:
How you can help:
Work with agencies, community organisations and groups to coordinate support activity across our community.
If you’re part of a group that can help or have an idea, let us know about it below!


3. Talk to each other

What the City is doing:
How you can help:
Make sure our community is connected, coordinated and keeping up to date with the best information to keep people safe.
Share your positive stories of community support below, so we can help get the message out.



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  • Mandurah Community Sector Hub

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    06 May, 2020
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    This week the City launched the Mandurah Community Sector Hub Facebook group and eNewsletter.

    Inviting all local service providers, not-for-profit organisations, charities, community clubs and groups to join the Hub.

    A place for everyone who is working to support our community to come together and share resources, information, ideas and support.

    The Hub will enable the community sector in Mandurah to:

    1. Build capacity, knowledge and skills
    2. Share information
    3. Coordinate efforts
    4. Promote collective action


    We are asking you to subscribe to receive the Mandurah Community Sector Hub eNewsletter and to join the Facebook group.

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  • Online Events for Seniors

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    06 May, 2020
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    Online events have started on the Mandurah Seniors and Community Centre Facebook group!

    Last week we caught up with two of our Seniors Centre staff, if you missed the video you can watch it here.

    We held our first Technology Tea session on Facebook basics, view the video here. If you want to ask questions you can join the live sessions every Wednesday at 1pm. Register your interest in Technology Tea to get notifications for future videos.

    Join the group tomorrow morning for the first online Chair Yoga with Carissa, this event will be live every Thursday at 9am.

    Make sure you join the Mandurah Seniors and Community Centre Facebook group to stay up to date with online events for seniors!

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  • Online Events for Youth

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    05 May, 2020
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    Two of our Youth Officers hosted an online catch up revealing the new artwork at the Billy Dower Youth Centre! View part 1 and part 2!

    They also talked about Iso-Inspo, a Facebook competition being held in collaboration with headspace Mandurah. Young people aged 11-25 are invited to submit creative pictures based on a theme each week to go into the draw to win a 1-month subscription to a streaming service (Stan, Netflix, Disney+) of your choice.

    Visit the Mandurah Youth and headspace Mandurah Facebook pages to find out more and enter!

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  • Help for Parents!

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    01 May, 2020
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    Do you know there are services available to assist families with financial assistance, work advice and relationship counselling?

    The City is working with schools, childcare centres and other providers to get the Mandurah Families Support Guide to as many local families as possible.

    The Guide lists over 20 local providers ready to lend a hand - so please share and reach out if you need help, as we are all in this together.

    Download the Mandurah Families Support Guide.

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  • Seniors Facebook Group

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    22 April, 2020
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    Local seniors are encouraged to join the City of Mandurah seniors Facebook Group.

    This is a great way to stay connected with others, share your thoughts, tips and wonderful ideas on keeping healthy and safe while catching up face to face isn’t possible.

    City staff are developing Facebook events that will soon be available on the page, keep an eye out for the upcoming online events!

    For a short simple video on how to set up a Facebook account click here. Then once you have a Facebook account, click here to join the group.

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  • Celebrating 30 years as a City

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    17 April, 2020
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    This week marked the 30th anniversary since Mandurah became a city on 14 April 1990.

    The City Celebrated with a series of online celebrations on the City of Mandurah Facebook page.

    We headed down memory lane through photos, memorabilia and stories.

    Tune in at 4pm to watch the full “Celebration of the City” video set of our first day as the City of Mandurah, including bands, speeches, serious 90’s charm and hairdos!

    While you’re there, why not share some of your favourite memories from the last 30 years.

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  • Facebook Live Events

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    16 April, 2020
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    We are changing the way we deliver events so you can join us from the safety of your own home.

    Events are now offered on the City of Mandurah Facebook page using Facebook Live.

    Rhymetime was the first Facebook live event, hosted on Thursday 9 April and engaging with over 200 people.

    Rhymetime will continue weekly and Storytime and Lego Club challenges start from next week.

    Development is underway for more Facebook Live events for all ages. Head over to the City of Mandurah Facebook to see what's coming up.

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  • Free Online Resources

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    02 April, 2020
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    Access free online resources from home with a Mandurah Libraries membership!

    To help protect our community and reduce the spread of COVID-19 Mandurah Libraries are temporarily closed but the libraries online resources are freely available and ready to use.

    There is something for everyone with free:

    • eBooks
    • eAudiobooks
    • eMagazines
    • Film
    • Kids TV Programs
    • Documentaries
    Complete the online form to sign up and start accessing online resources instantly!

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